Ms Thorpe, a project manager, said that having this equality with married couples under the law, in respect of financial and legal affairs, was the tipping point which helped them decide to tie the knot. Ms Thorpe said: "It won't change our relationship one jot. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.
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Mr Lomax believes their new official status "is not something we are going to think about every day" after the ceremony, but "we are very pleased to be part of the event where lots of couples all across the country will be able to join in civil partnership for the first time".
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